Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan on Sunday expressed confidence that the country’s COVID-19 count will be “under control” by Diwali this year.
Diwali is in 2 months and 14 days. India’s Health Minister is confident that Covid-19 will be completely under control within this period.
No theory. No explanation. No plan. Nothing.
It will just be “Under Control” by Diwali! That is one giant leap medical science took there.
My studies and calculations lead to a different point in space. I am of the opinion that by the time “Festival of Lights” arrives, India will be recording over 100,000 cases each day. Maybe, even 115,000 to 132,000.
Now we have two options:
Either an absurd statement will somehow hold strong and Covid-19 will be “Under Control”;
Or, Science and Mathematics will stand alone and the world, especially India, will be in a pathetic state.
But if there is actually something that can control Covid-19 by Diwali, shouldn’t all the countries know about its existence?
Unless the plan is to burn mannequins of Covid-19 causing Novel Coronavirus instead of Ravana and hoping that Lord Rama will win the war against the evil and Covid-19 will be controlled! Well, if nothing, that would certainly be hilarious.
Number of cases in India have been increasing at various rates, with the current increase almost being more than double the last month’s numbers. The increase has mostly been in the range of 10-20% every week as compared to the last.
Theoretically, I have no idea how that amount of acceleration can be avoided from reaching an exponential state and rather just be controlled by “Diwali” this year!
At this stage, we should know that we will experience linear acceleration in the number of cases which might most certainly increase by more than 1.4 times the current rate of growth throughout September.
The number of cases also should increase by almost 1.7-1.9 times in India.
I can’t cook up any probability or possibility that might explain how India can control Covid-19 by November 14, 2020.
If I do, I’ll let you know.
For now, either the guy with “A Potent Social Vaccine” is wrong or I am.
P.S. FYI. The Potent Social Vaccine didn’t really work!